Daily Archives: May 1, 2014

The Virginia Bill Of Rights

This was what the founding fathers intended. Instead we got a wannabee dictator with a pen and a phone Section 1. That all men are by nature equally free and independent and have certain inherent rights, of which, when they enter into a state … Continue reading

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April 29 Global Sea Ice Area Third Highest On Record – Highest In 32 Years


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May 1: Almost 30% Of The Great Lakes Still Covered With Ice

GLCFS Products Forty years ago was the peak of the ice age scare, and the lakes were almost ice-free on this date Ice Charts – 1974 Winter / c74may02.jpg

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Brain Dead Political Parties

Any political party which would consider nominating another Bush, Clinton or Obama – would have to be completely brain dead and devoid of any ideas. The US is $17.5 trillion in debt, almost all of it accumulated since 1990, and nearly half … Continue reading

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Heavy Rain In 1956

On July 4, 1956 Unionville, Maryland received 1.23 inches of rain in one minute. The world’s record.

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Berlin Wall Came Down Under Reagan, And Going Back Up Under Obama

Moscow revives Red Square May Day parade MOSCOW – Tens of thousands of Russians marched through Red Square on Thursday as part of May Day celebrations in the first such display of Soviet-era-like ceremony since 1991 – the year the … Continue reading

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Rain Used To Be Caused By Global Cooling, But Now Caused By Global Warming

Forty years ago, global cooling caused record rainfall In Africa, drought continues for the sixth consecutive year, adding terribly to the toll of famine victims. During 1972 record rains in parts of the U.S., Pakistan and Japan caused some of … Continue reading

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Another Alarmist Theory Bites The Dust

Climate experts say that spring snow cover is on the decline. As usual, they have no idea what they are talking about. Five of the last seven years have been above normal for week 13 North American snow cover. Rutgers … Continue reading

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April 28 Antarctic Sea Ice Area Anomaly 50% Above The Previous Record

Antarctic sea ice has been growing rapidly over the last 30 years, because Antarctica is getting colder. arctic.atmos.uiuc.edu/cryosphere/timeseries.south.anom.1979-2008

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Confusing Climate With High School Level Statistics

There are 50 states, 12 months per year, and four opportunities for each state to set a hottest/coldest/wettest/driest record each month. The temperature record is about 100 years long. That means that approximately 24 state min/max/wet/dry records should be set every year. 50 … Continue reading

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